Man rams police vehicle in Paris; attacker likely killed
A man rammed his car into a police vehicle in Paris' Champs-Elysees shopping district Monday, prompting a fiery explosion, and was likely killed in the incident, authorities said. France's anti-terrorism prosecutor opened an investigation.
Seattle police kill woman that family says was pregnant
Seattle police are investigating the fatal shooting by two officers of a woman family members say was pregnant and struggling with mental health issues.
Height of Illinois levees concerning to some in Missouri
State versus state battle lines are being drawn across the Mississippi River, with a top Missouri official urging Illinois regulators to back away from a plan allowing higher levees that could push more floodwater to the Missouri side of the river.
Dems say they'll slow Senate work over secretive care bill
Democrats plan to slow the Senate's work, force votes and make late-night speeches in an effort to focus attention on how Republicans are crafting legislation revamping the nation's health care system behind closed doors, a senior Democratic aide said Monday.
Justices say law on offensive trademarks is unconstitutional
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down part of a law that bans offensive trademarks in a ruling that is expected to help the Washington Redskins in their legal fight over the team name.
Tech CEOS visit White House to talk modernizing government
The White House on Monday urged technology CEOs to pitch in on President Donald Trump's effort to modernize government.
House Dems question Flynn disclosures of Middle East travel
Two top House Democrats are questioning whether Michael Flynn failed to report a 2015 trip to the Middle East to federal security clearance investigators, a potential omission that could add to the legal jeopardy President Donald Trump's former national security adviser faces over the truthfulness of his statements to authorities and on government documents.
Japan investigates delay in reporting US Navy ship collision
Japan's coast guard is investigating why it took nearly an hour for a deadly collision between a U.S. Navy destroyer and a container ship to be reported.
Van attack on London Muslims suggests new polarization
The rash of deadly terror attacks that has rattled Britain in recent months took an ominous new turn on Monday as Muslim worshippers became targets during the holy month of Ramadan, mowed down by an attacker who plowed a van into a crowd leaving prayers at two mosques in north London.
US student freed by North Korea in a coma dies at 22
Otto Warmbier, an American college student who was released by North Korea in a coma last week after almost a year and a half in captivity, died Monday, his family said.